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  Petraeus to be next head of CIA  The US head of international forces in Afghanistan, will be nominated as CIA director when its chief moves to head the Pentagon   Castro's sister 'spied for CIA'  Miami: Juanita Castro, who now lives in Miami, has admitted spying for the CIA in the 1960s. US names CIA abuse investigator  Washington: John Durham, a special prosecutor has been appointed to investigate allegations of abuse of terror suspects   Senator: Cheney's lying about CIA memos  U.S. Senate: Carl Levin says former VP's claims -- that classified memos show enhanced interrogation techniques like waterboarding worked -- are wrong   Bush replaces Rumsfeld by Gates
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B. 2015-10-19 CIA boss John Brennan's personal email 'hacked' CIA
2. 2015-01-09 Petraeus case: 'Charges recommended' for ex-CIA boss Washington
D. 2014-12-11 CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics CIA
4. 2013-02-07 CIA nominee defends drone strikes U.S. Senate
F. 2013-01-07 Obama nominations under scrutiny Washington
G. 2012-11-10 FBI probe 'led Petraeus to quit' FBI
2012-11-09 CIA's Petraeus quits over affair CIA
8. 2011-04-27 Petraeus to be next head of CIA CIA

CIA boss John Brennan's personal email 'hacked'  US authorities are investigating reports that CIA Director John Brennan's personal email account has been hacked by a high-school student   Petraeus case: 'Charges recommended' for ex-CIA boss  Washington: US prosecutors have recommended bringing charges against David Petraeus for providing classified information to a former mistress CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics  CIA Director John Brennan has said some of the agency's interrogation methods after 9/11 were 'abhorrent' CIA nominee defends drone strikes  U.S. Senate: CIA director nominee John Brennan has defended the US drone-strikes programme at a Senate confirmation hearing   Obama nominations under scrutiny  Washington: US President has named Chuck Hagel to be his next defence secretary and counter-terrorism adviser John Brennan to lead the CIA   FBI probe 'led Petraeus to quit'  CIA director David Petraeus's extramarital affair was uncovered during an investigation into a potential breach of his Gmail account   CIA's Petraeus quits over affair
  Donald Trump rejects CIA Russia hacking report


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.11
   USA: President-elect Donald Trump has rejected as 'ridiculous' a CIA assessment that Russian hackers tried to sway the election in his favour


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.19
Jan.9


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.11


year 2013 Top ^

Feb.7
Jan.7


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.10
Nov.9
  CIA director David Petraeus has resigned from his post, admitting he had an extra-marital affair that was conducted with his biographer
 Petraeus described his behaviour as 'unacceptable' for the leader of the main intelligence agency. He conducted the affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell



year 2011 Top ^

Apr.27


year 2009 Top ^

Oct.26
Aug.24
May.29


year 2006 Top ^

Nov.8
  Washington: President former CIA chief introduced Robert Gates as his nominee to replace Donald Rumsfeld as secretary of defense
 Gates was a member of the Iraq Study Group, a panel that is making recommendations on how to proceed in Iraq. Robert Gates, 63, headed the CIA from 1991 until 1993
May.8   Hayden named as Bush CIA choice  US President has nominated former head of the National Security Agency Air Force General Michael Hayden May.6   Bush denies CIA boss forced out   Washington: The White House has denied reports that the president had lost confidence in the CIA chief May.5 Porter Goss resigns as CIA chief
  Bush: Porter's tenure was one of transition. No reason was given for the resignation


year 2004 Top ^

Sep.22 Porter Goss confirmed as CIA boss  U.S. Senate: The Senate has confirmed the appointment of a Bush man as head of the Central Intelligence Agency Aug.10   Bush appoints new CIA director
  U.S. Congress: US President has chosen Congressman Porter Goss to be the new director Jun.3   Tenet resigns as CIA director
  George Tenet is citing personal reasons, President Bush said. Deputy Director McLaughlin will become the acting chief


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